Bitcoin gained 0.08% to $17,833,0 on Friday. After a mixed start of the day, the crypto plunged to an early morning low $17,797.0 before hitting a high $17,934.0. However, it didn’t test the major support and resistance levels during the session.
On Thursday, Bitcoin surged forward by 0.25%. After gaining 0.56% on Wednesday, the crypto ended the day at $17,818.0. However, it fluctuated during the session, soaring to an early morning high $18,044.0 before pulling back.
Furthermore, Bitcoin fell short of the major resistance levels, plunging to a late morning intraday low $17,344.0. It then steered clear of the first major support level at $17,112. Even though Bitcoin jumped to a mid-afternoon intraday high $18,166.0, it fell short of the first major resistance level at $18,443. After that, the crypto plummeted down, ending the day at sub-$18,000.
Bitcoin’s dominance plunged to a Monday low 65.43% before hitting a Wednesday high 67.46%. On Friday, Bitcoin’s dominance sat at 67.12%.
How did other major cryptos fare?
The Crypto market fluctuated on Friday. Chainlink lowered by 0.15%, while Crypto.com Coin declined by 0.45% and Ripple’s XRP lost 0.54%. However, the rest of the majors traded on bullish territory, with Bitcoin Cash SV surging by 1.07% and Litecoin gaining 1.52% to lead the way.
Thursday’s session was mixed as well. Bitcoin Cash SV tumbled down by 0.14%, and Cardano’s ADA shaved off 0.45%. Ethereum also ended in the red, tumbling by 1.48%.
On the other hand, several digital coins traded in the green. Litecoin rallied by 11.09%, leading the way. Binance Coin also soared by 0.17%, and Chainlink added 0.40%. Furthermore, Crypto.com Coin skyrocketed by 3.89%, while Polkadot surged forward by 1.52%, and Ripple’s XRP jumped by 3.42%, joining Bitcoin in the green.
During the last week, the crypto total market cap soared from a Monday low $445.47bn to a Wednesday high $514.87bn. On Friday, the total market cap sat at $493.44bn.
- Trading Instrument